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Hanuman Junction (film)

Hanuman Junction
Directed by M. Raja
Produced by M.V. Lakshmi
Editor Mohan (presents)
Written by Thotapalli Madhu (dialogues)
Screenplay by M. Raja
Marudhuri Raja
Story by Rafi Mecartin
Based on Thenkasipattanam 
by Rafi Mecartin
Starring Arjun
Jagapati Babu
Sneha
Laya
Vijayalakshmi
Venu Thottempudi
Music by Suresh Peters
Cinematography C. Ram Prasad
Edited by M. Babji
Editor Mohan (supervision)
Production
company
M. L. Movie Arts
Release dates
  • 21 December 2001 (2001-12-21)
Running time 2:39:07
Country India
Language Telugu

Hanuman Junction is a 2001 Indian Telugu action comedy film produced by M. V. Lakshmi on M. L. Movie Arts banner, directed by M. Raja. Starring Arjun, Jagapati Babu, Venu Thottempudi, Sneha, Laya, Vijayalakshmi, in the lead roles and music comomposed by Suresh Peters. The film recorded as Super Hit at box office. The film, notably Raja's directorial debut and the only Telugu venture to date, is a remake of the 2000 Malayalam blockbuster Thenkasipattanam directed by Rafi Mecartin.[1]The film released on 21 December 2001,[2] and became a highly successful venture.[3] This film is dubbed in Tamil Singakottai. The film released on 5 August 2011.

Plot

Krishna (Arjun) and Dasu (Jagapati Babu) are orphans and are close friends since childhood. Their motto in life is to win over the people and market by brute force methods. They start KD & Co together and make a fortune. Dasu has a younger sister Devi (Vijayalakshmi). Krishna too treats her as his own sister. Three of them live together and own a fortune earned at Hanuman Junction. Krishna has a childhood sweetheart Meenakshi (Sneha).

Sathru (Laya) participates as a singer. The foolishness of KD & Co makes Sangeeta stay for four extra in Hanuman Junction, which lands her in a soup. When Sangeeta attempts suicide, Dasu and Krishna rescues her and brings her to their house.

Now Sathru and Devi decide to get a suitable girl each for Krishna and Dasu so that they will give green signal to the marriage of Sathru and Devi. From here onwards, the comedy or errors start. The relationships among the pairs alter. If you want to know how a serious mass film turn into a comedy flick with Venu excelling as a comedy star, you got to watch Hanuman Junction on the silver screen.[4]

Cast

Soundtrack

Hanuman Junction
Film score by Suresh Peters
Released 2001
Genre Soundtrack
Length 23:56
Label Aditya Music
Producer Suresh Peters

Music composed by Suresh Peters. All songs are hit tracks. Music released on ADITYA Music Company.

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Konaseemallo O Koila"   Veturi Sundararama Murthy Srinivas,Chitra 5:08
2. "Oka Chinni Ledikuna"   Chandrabose Suresh Peters,Sriram Parthasaradhi,Sujatha 4:22
3. "Golmaal Golmaal"   Veturi Sundararama Murthy Mano,MG Srikumar,Chitra,Sujatha 4:52
4. "O Prema Prema"   Chandra Bose Suresh Peters 5:18
5. "Kushi Kushiga"   Veturi Sundararama Murthy Shankar Mahadevan,Swarnalatha 4:16
Total length:
23:56

References

  1. ^ "Telugu Cinema - Preview - Hanuman Junction - Editor Mohan - Jagapati Babu, Venu, Arjun, Laya, Sneha". Idlebrain.com. 21 December 2001. Retrieved 30 July 2012. 
  2. ^ "Telugu Cinema - Review - Hanuman Junction - Jagapathi Babu, Arjun, Venu, Laya, Sneha & Vijaya Lakshmi - Raja - Editor Mohan". Idlebrain.com. 21 December 2001. Retrieved 30 July 2012. 
  3. ^ "Telugu Cinema - Research - Analysis - Telugu cinema in first half of 2002 - Aadi, Hanuman Junction, Santosham, Jayam, Lahiri". Idlebrain.com. Retrieved 30 July 2012. 
  4. ^ "Official Title". idlebrain. 

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